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February 10, 1923 - Image 1

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SOUVENI R Cj It MIDNIGHT
HOP EXTRA EDITION

VOL. XXXIII.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1923.

PRICE TEN CENT.

JOY DOM ATES JUNIOR HOP
1-H P I0VESTi T THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN DID IT? FODMAL DEPLETE
SEE 1S JOPEBA IAITO DOMNCE,
THIS AFTEDNOON THYOV , JOLLITY
SEVENTEENTH UNION PRODUC- u JAPANESE FLOWER rADEN
TION TO BE GIVEN AT WHITNEY J MAKES SURPRISINGLY GR-
TREATER TODAY zo 0 0 o I AE UPIIGYGR
o T o GEOUS SETTING
"IN AND OUT" RECEIVED J GRAND MARCH OPENS
WELL ON VACATION TRIP A C BALL
ANNUAL CLASS BALL
Costumes, Dancing and Music Make Men in Sombre Garb Mingle with Fair
Menca Cond SBmsr Gab oliwlnFi
Musical Comedy Best in Guests, Gowned in Many-Col.
Many Years ored Paris Creations
Guests from all parts of the country ANYVWi'ER H .g O U TY
By Leo Jay Rersbdorfer
will witness the last performance of A MON The cup of life to the brim is filled,
the seventeenth annual Union opera, T re cu p , l ' oth, rik is
Q . S tyT ", Drink deep, ' Youth, driok deep!
"In and Out" at 2:15 o'clock this after- QThat joy should reign the gods have
noon at the Whitney theater. E. Mor- willed,
timer Shuter, directer of the produc- Their mandates you must keep.
tion, promises that this will surpass Gloom is banished, Care has vanished,
all of the other 20 performances which
were given during the Christmas vaca-
tion. Romance, thy name is Junior Hop!
The opera performance is on the list You have transformed bare, cold,
of today's entertainment for nearly all Waterman and Barbour gymnasiums
of the house parties and the theatre into a beautiful Japanese garden. You
has been nearly completely sold out.
Many of those attending have seen the F" the flowers of Joy and Merriment.
opera before and liked it, and are tak- I From another hemisphere you have
ing this opportunity of seeing it again brought Nippon's fairest blossoms, and
before it passes on into "the realm of made them into garlands of Love.
past operas." Trca ONo ndY L Th Mop-Michigan at its best.
LongVactionTri. O &UT - U TI W Yuthattired in its gayest finery, seek-
The itinerary of the opera this year ing the end of the rainbow of happi-
was the longest ever attempted. Leav- ness and bliss. teranbw sf wit
ing here on Dec. 15, the first day of the " the bounteous Mortals blessed with
Christmas vacation, the production p tributed hy that invisible imp-Cupid.
played in Toledo, Cleveland, Pitts- -- Ho nvsess
burgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louis- Rp Nervousness
ville the farthest south. Everywhere . 3-- couples promenading the ballroom
Bay City, Flint, Saginaw, and Port floor. Committeemen stationed at
ouron. their posts, excitedly awaiting the
Pittshurgls was thse farthest city east gadmrh h rhsrs n
the opera has ever visited, and Louis- grand march. The orchestras, and
vill thefurhestsout. Eeryweremuch scraping of bows and twanging
vill theforhestsout. Eerywereof instruments, preparing for their
the production played to packed share in the evening's round of morn-
houses. Three performances were ment. Above, in the darkened bal-
given in Detroit and reqssests for more cony, photographers focusing their
showings had to be turned down for cameras and adjusting spotlights.
lack of time. The last performance The late-comers arrive, amid much
in Detroit was given on Jan. 1, the JUNIOR CLASSES E X TEN D H0OP CAUSES POSTPONEMENT chattering and laughter. They enter
opera returning frons there to Ann
Arbor. WELCOME TO J-MOP GUESTS OF WISCONSIN COURT GAME their booths, seeking there to conceal
AADE er ng ng (fngGd.their nervousness by acknowledging
Singing and dancing, a plot which To the guests who attend the Mchigan's Varsity basketball introductions and greeting acquaint-
1924 J-Hop, the junior classes game with Wisconsin which was ances. The piano strikes a note, and
overflows and cenery, nd beati of the University extend a most PLANS FOR HOP WERE LAID AND to have been played tonight has a few eager dancers take the floor, but
"girls", all combined, are the reasons i hearty welcome. The classes COMPL'LETED BY JUNIOR been postponed until Wednes- return in confusion when they learn
for the popularity of "In and Out". The have supported the work of the CLASSMEN day, Feb. 14, due to the condition the alarm is false.
story is laid in Holland and New big formal through their repre- " of the floor of Waterman gym- "The Victors"-and Michigan
York. Wilhelmina, a little Dutch girl, sentatives ever since prepara- If the 1924 Junior Hop has been nasiunt following the Hop. A lull-and then "The Victors" is
and Jimmy Van, an American tourist, tions for it began. They have successful, the credit for that success A refusal to play the gaie to- played-"The Victors"' and memories
fall in love while the latter is travel- hoped that their Hop might be must go largly to the Hop committee, night was received from Coach of Ferry field and football victories.
ling in Holland. Michael, the original the biggest ever, that guests consisting of fourteen juniors elected Meanwell, of Wisconsin, who The grand march is begun, and the
fiancee of Wilhelmina, gives her up who attend it might carry away said that the waxed condition of guests fall in behind the leaders. Slow-
and falls in love with Kate, and Ma- the choicest memories of a sue- by their classes in the various col- the floor would prove a handicap ly chaos is turned into order, and the
rian, Jimmy's fiancee, also finds true cessful party. leges, If their efforts to give what to both teams and would make block "M" is formed-not perfect, but
love elsewhere. -Presidents of has been called the greatest formal play dangerous. recognizable.
Ames Scores Hit. the Junior Classes. in the country have been futile, they Michigan's next game is with But the agony is not yet ended, for
Lionel Ames, '24, as Wilhelmina, and G must be given the discredit. Of the Minnesota Monday night. the picture is still to be taken. Photo-
Arthur Holden, '24, as Jimmy, are ex- - success or failure of the committee's graphers' assistants rush about the
cellent in the leading roles. Both ( n D efforts the guests at the Hop must be --,floor trying to arrange the human
expert dancers, and pleasing singers NO the judge. mass into presentable form for the
they won high favor with all the U Following the election of all of the iDV '6LNIS ASSENT camera. Suddimly sun-bright . spot-
audiences who have seen them per- committeemen, five fronm the literary lights are turned on, and the photo-

form. Ames has received more in.- Guests will exit after the Hop college, three from the engineering graphers' bellowing voices are heard,
dividual press notices than any other through a special exit between booths college, and one from each of the Director James M. Davis, head of pleading for quiet and attention. Wo-
amateur college actor, and has been number 5 and number 6 in Waterman other six colleges and departments, federal prohibition forces of Michigan, men's giggling and men's laughter
lauded by some as the second Julian gymnasium. Men will meet their the committee began its weekly meet- stated yesterday to a representative of answer them. Now the camera men
Eltinge. dancing partners after the dance at ings at the Union. The elected com- The Daily that no prohibition officers command, and their stern orders are
C. J. Dresbach, '24, Buckley Robbins, the west entrance from Waterman mittee was divided into eight commit- would attend the J-Hop. obeyed. The picture is taken.
'23, and Sherwood Judson, '25, have into Barbour gymnasium. tees by John P. Lawton, '24, chairman. After several days of conflicting Master syncopators strike up "Tru-
the main comedy parts in the pro- Men are notified by the committee These eight committees, which laid statements regarding the presence of ly," and the intoxicating melody is the
duction. The book was written by that no smoking in the booths will be and completed all the plans for the federal authorities at the party, and signal for the dancers. Gay youths
Edwin R. Meiss, '23, and the music and tolerated. Special smoking rooms Hop were: finance, decorations, tick- which aroused the indignation of the in sombre, formal garb and charming
lyrics by Meiss and Myron B. Schon, have been provided for the men in the ets, programs, music, booths and re- Hop committee, Director Davis an- damsels in silken gowns of many hues,
'23. Some of the song hits of the basement of Waterman gymnasium. freshments, publicity, and taxis and nounced that he never had the least resplendent, brilliant, respond to the
production have been sent by radio Fraternities must remove their fur- checkroom. intention of sending any of his men summons of Terpsichore. In the de-
from Detroit and Pittsburgh and have niture from the booths before 12 Many Refused Tickets, to the affair, or of interfering with serted booths the chaperones sit,
been well received. "Maybe Its True", o'clock today. While plan in all the departments the Hop in any way. watching the merry whirl.
sung by John Grylls, '25, and "Maid! of the work for the Hop were begun Mr. Davis said, however, that there The music plays on-the revelry
of the Mill", are probably two of the H Migh stiff collars plus unfortunate j at once, the distribution and award- would be agents in Ann Arbor to watch continues - Laughter and Love hold
most popular numbers. men makes roughnecks. (Continued on Page Eight) I for bootleggers. sway-the Hop, The Hop is on. l

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